Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West threaten to sue ex-bodyguard

Brenda Watkins
June 4, 2020

The couple have sent a cease and desist letter to Steve Stanulis following his recent appearance on the "Hollywood Raw Podcast", accusing him of breaching a confidentiality agreement and also making "false and defamatory" statements.

Earlier, Stanulis claimed Kanye had "ridiculous rules" like walking 10 paces behind him on city streets, and claimed that the "I Love It" rapper got angry if Steve blocked a paparazzi shot.

Describing West as one of his "least favourite people" to work with, the celebrity bodyguard divulged a bunch of batshit yarns from his time working with the famous fam, from beef over pushing an elevator button to that time he drunkenly stumbled into someone's hotel room.

Kim and Kanye did not point out which information was false, and they threatened to sue for at least $ 10 million if he spoke publicly about their relationship and life again, reports the Daily Mail.

After receiving the letter, Stanulis's publicist Zack Teperman told that his client went on the podcast to promote his new career as an actor and director.

Now, Kanye and his missus Kim Kardashian have threatened to sue the bloke for all he's worth if he spills another word about them.

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A former bodyguard and NYPD cop is facing the wrath of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West after allegedly dishing some of the personal and private stuff of the couple.

"If Kanye and Kim wish to continue this further, that is up to them, but I think their time and money would be better suited helping out with more pressing matters in our society than what happened many years ago".

On Saturday, May 30, Nara wrote on Facebook, "As many of you saw last night I protested and at the end of one my videos you can see the aftermath of me taking a rubber bullet or something straight to the head".

He added: "The first day I met was fashion week".

Another anecdote Stanulis alleged was that West once walked down the West Side Highway in New York State on his own after having an argument with someone. He also called Yeezy the "moodiest" and "neediest" celeb who's hired him.

West did not respond to any of the claims at the time.

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